My kiddo is special needs and carries a teddy bear. If you follow us you know she is autistic, has a brain tumor and seizures. Her Berry helps keep her anxiety in check and gives her a sense of comfort when her sensory issues are kicking in. Many people recognize us from here and are WONDERFUL and say hi, talk and hang with us. We appreciate this and look forward to continuing making friends that also like attending screenings.
What disturbs me is the large family that was in line in front of us that thought it was okay to LOUDLY make rude comments about my daughter. You managed to hurt my kiddo's feelings and cause her anxiety level to spike because YOU have an issue with a kid carrying a teddy bear. By the way, great example to show the young children that were with you.
I was able to speak with the manager of the theater and she allowed us to wait inside to get away from your vile. She and the security present offered to have you removed from the screening. Just so you know, my daughter refused their offer and said she didn't want to be as hateful to you as you were being to her.
Yeah, you're welcome.
This is one of the funniest movies I've seen in quite a while. I had high hopes for the movie due to the caliber of the cast, but I was happily surprised about just how much I enjoyed it. Everyone was funny and deliciously perfect for their character, but Jim Carrey stole the movie for me. He played a street magician named Steve Gray. He was an over the top mix between Criss Angel and David Blaine. He was funny, disgusting, over the top, self absorbed, and had a perfect I'm way freaking cooler than you attitude that made me happily buy into his performance. I enjoyed moments from everyone, but Steve Gray was the most uncomfortable yet fantastically creepy magician I've seen. It's worth the cost of a ticket to see him alone, add to it the stellar comedic performances from the rest of this talented cast and you have a hilarious night at he movies.
So...what are you waiting for? Go see it!